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by Nelson Francis and Henry Kucera
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A Standard Corpus of Present-Day Edited American English, for use with Digital Computers. By W. N. Francis and H. Kucera (1964), Department of Linguistics, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, USA. Revised 1971, Revised and Amplified 1979.
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by Philip Tama, Larry Hyman, Margit Bowler, Siva Kalyan, Roger Lumley, Robert Petterson, Jeff Spingeld, William Steed, Oscar Wood
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Recordings for the Alekano language of Papua New Guinea [ISO gah], made at Australian National University in December 2011, during the ANU Tone Workshop.
Topics: linguistics, phonetics, phonology, tone, prosody